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Vogue Williams puts on a leggy display in TINY leather shorts

Vogue Williams puts on a leggy display in TINY leather shorts paired with a grey hoodie as she leaves radio hosting gig

 She is a fashion-forward TV star who is known for her stylish outfits.

And Vogue Williams continued her style parade as she put on a leggy display in London on Sunday.

The presenter, 35, showcased her toned legs as she donned a pair of tiny leather shorts for her outing in the capital.

Strut: Vogue Williams continued her style parade as she put on a leggy display in London on Sunday

The shorts displayed her enviable frame, with the star layering up in black tights and boosting her height with black ankle boots.

Adding a casual edge, Vogue donned a grey hoodie and completed the look with a matching tailored blazer.

Her caramel tresses were styled in a sleek updo while she added a pop of colour with scarlet lipstick.

The outing comes after Vogue’s husband Spencer was recently revealed to have furloughed staff at his start-up low alcohol drinks firm, despite being worth an estimated £3million. 

Glow: The presenter, 35, showcased her toned legs as she donned a pair of tiny leather shorts for her outing in the capital

Outing: The shorts displayed her enviable frame, with the star layering up in black tights and boosting her height with black ankle boots

Glow: The presenter, 35, showcased her toned legs as she donned a pair of tiny leather shorts for her outing in the capital

Spencer and his brother James Matthews have both been claiming taxpayers’ money to furlough staff, MailOnline has learned.

Hedge fund boss James, 45, is believed to have been using the government handouts to pay the six employees of his Scottish shooting estate, Glen Affric.

Younger brother Spencer, worth an estimated £3m, has also furloughed staff at his start-up low alcohol drinks firm, The Clean Liquor Co, established in June 2020.

The state-funded Coronavirus Jobs Retention Scheme (CJRS), running since the first lockdown almost a year ago, is designed to help cash-strapped employers survive the lean months of the pandemic, but eyebrows will be raised at two such high net worth individuals taking advantage of the public money.  

Both companies appear on the government’s published list of firms which made use of the furlough scheme during December, but previous months have not been made public.

Chic: Adding a casual edge, Vogue donned a grey hoodie and completed the look with a matching tailored blazer

Chic: Adding a casual edge, Vogue donned a grey hoodie and completed the look with a matching tailored blazer

Under the CJRS, furloughed workers receive 80% of their wages, up to £2,500 per month. The government website did not reveal what staff at both Matthews companies earn.

The Clean Liquor Co. Ltd lists Spencer as its only director and was only incorporated in June 2020. However, before setting up the limited company he received an investment from a US venture capital firm for £1.45m.

Old Etonian Spencer, who became famous on the upmarket reality show MIC, recently became teetotal, and set up his firm to produce low and no-alcohol ‘rum’ and gin as a healthy alternative to traditional spirits.  

Spencer is also a director of the Eden Rocks gems business, with jeweller Neil Duttson, which he launched in 2019 after helping design an engagement ring for Vogue. 

No accounts are publicly available for the Clean Liquor Co. yet due to its recent incorporation. 

A spokesperson for James Matthews and Spencer Matthews declined to comment when approached by MailOnline. 

Smile: Her caramel tresses were styled in a sleek updo while she added a pop of colour with scarlet lipstick

Smile: Her caramel tresses were styled in a sleek updo while she added a pop of colour with scarlet lipstick

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